Mandalorian season 3 has been officially canceled. While the main Star Wars series will end in December 2020, a spinoff show called The Book of Boba Fett will continue the story. It was Din Djarin and Grogu’s dynamic duo that set the stage for the upcoming Mandalorian season 3 in The Book Of Boba Fett. Grogu and Boba Fett were reunited at the end of The Book of Boba Fett, after Grogu opted to train with Din rather than Luke as a Jedi.
The release date of The Mandalorian season 3 has been kept under wraps in typical Lucasfilm fashion. Esposito recently stated that the third season of The Mandalorian could be released this summer, which would mean that the show is returning sooner than expected. It appears that Esposito misspoke, as the most recent updates indicate that The Mandalorian will return at a later date.
Collider’s Steven Weintraub took to Twitter to respond to the controversy. ‘The Mandalorian’ season 3 will be available on Disney+ by the end of this year, according to him. See what he has to say in the following space:
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This suggests that the third season of The Mandalorian will premiere around the holidays. Season 3 of The Mandalorian only finished filming in late March, so post-production could be completed in a flash this summer. This summer is going to be a busy one for Lucasfilm as well. According to reports, Obi-Wan Kenobi will run through the end of June, and Andor is expected to debut in August.
In addition to Ms. Marvel, which will premiere in June, Disney+’s original content will keep the streaming service going through the summer. Season 3 of The Mandalorian makes sense to hold off on releasing until the holidays, given that Marvel is expected to release She-Hulk this year. This would give Disney+ the flexibility to spread out their major projects, preventing them from competing with one another for audience attention.
There will be a Mandalorian panel at this year’s Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida. In addition to looking back on the first two seasons of the show, the panel will discuss what the audience can expect in the third and fourth seasons. It’s possible that Lucasfilm will use that occasion to announce the official release date for Mandalorian season 3.
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The second season of The Bad Batch and Andor will be the main topics of discussion at Celebration. The Mandalorian is currently the Star Wars franchise’s most popular title, while the films are on hold until Rogue Squadron. Not disclosing the return date of The Mandalorian season 3 would be a missed opportunity.